When Kobe Bryant was forced to leave wife Vanessa after cheating allegations, he didn’t have to go very far. Â The NBA basketball star found a private villa located on the Newport coast of Southern California. Â The resort that Bryant is staying at has 24/7 housekeeping and butler service. However despite these services for $800 a night, Bryant has apparently elected to take advantage of the laundry unit located in the private garage provided to him, as he was spotted doing just that, according to RadarOnline. Â Don’t misinterpret that move, thought, because Bryant is still living the life of the rich and the famous after his impending divorce. Â According to sources, he has hisÂ $400,000 Lamborghini parked outside his villa.
How do you decide where to go after a sudden split with a live-in partner?
When you make a decision to separate from a live-in partner, it can come with all sorts of consequences, one of which is where to go after the split. Â Cupid has some tips:
1. Assess current living arrangements: If you’re currently paying the rent and are responsible for the lease, then it’s obvious that your partner should be the one to leave and find new living arrangements. Â If the reverse is true, you’ll need to relocate.
2. Friends and family: If you have to find somewhere to go after a sudden split, often the best case is to live with a family member or friend until you have more permanent living arrangements figured out.
3. Temporary living quarters: If you have the means, you can live in a resort or hotel like Kobe Bryant decided to do after his Â breakup. Of course, if you don’t have quite the same level of income as Bryant, you might have to live without room service.
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